Why Relationships at Work Are So Important
“Managers are often taught that it is not inside the scope of a manager’s role or appropriate to deal with personal issues. But the research is clear that to ignore a person’s need for meaningful relationships in the workplace is to ignore an essential ingredient for basic motivation, vitality, and sense of well-being at work,” says Susan Fowler, best-selling author and senior consultant at The Ken Blanchard Companies.
Fowler explains that “Relatedness” is a primary nutrient for individuals to thrive in the workplace. In a complimentary webinar later this week, Fowler will show how a focus on strengthening relationships translates into higher morale, engagement and satisfaction at work.
Drawing on research from a wide variety of resources, Fowler will explore what managers and leaders can do to create stronger relationships.
Over 1,200 people have already registered for this free October 20 online event, but space is still available if you would like to participate. For more information see Creating Effective Work Relationships at The Ken Blanchard Companies web site.